(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Treatise On Analysis Vol-Ii"

20   BOUNDED MEASURES       215
For every function fe Jfc(X) we have (13.3.3)

with the usual convention about products in [0, +00] (13.11), hence
||ju||  M*U)- Conversely, for each positive real number a < |ju|*(l), there
exists a function g e 2fR(X) such that 0 ^ g < 1 and \fi\(g) > a (13.5.1), and
hence a function fe Jfc(X) such that \f\<Lg\ and |/*(/)| > a (13.3.2.1).
This completes the proof.

If \\fi\\ is finite, the measure ILL is said to be bounded. If ^ is a positive
measure, this definition coincides with that given in (1 3.9). For a measure // to
be bounded it is necessary and sufficient that |ju| should be bounded, and we
have || Mil = \\IJL\\. The set M(X) (also denoted by M^X)) of bounded
complex measures on X is a vector sub space of the space MC(X). We write
Mg(X) = Mc(X) n MR(X) for the space of bounded real measures on X. The
definition (13.20.1) shows that it comes to the same thing to say that the
bounded measures on X are the continuous linear forms on the space Jfc(X),
endowed with the norm ||/|| (5.5.1), and that ||/j|| is the usual norm (5.7.1) on
the dual M(X) of this normed space (12.15). Moreover, Mc(X) is complete
with respect to this norm (5.7.3).

If n is any measure on X and g a locally /^-integrable function, then the
measure g - /* (13.16) is bounded if and only if g is ju-integrable, and we have

(13.20.3)                     \\9'^\\=^i(9)

This follows immediately from the relation \g - n\ = \g\ - \/n\ (13.16.6).

It is clear that every measure ju with compact support is bounded, because
if S - Supp(/*) then |/i|*(l) = |/i|(S).

If n is a bounded positive measure, then we have

(1 3.20.4)                  JSP?(X, u) c X&X, VL) a ^(X, fi,

because by (13.9.17) every bounded measurable function is integrable, and the
Cauchy-Schwarz inequality (13.11.2.2) applied to # = 1, together with
(13.9.13), shows that every /e J?c(X ju) is integrable and that

Nx(/) ^ N2(/) - XX)1/2.

This shows also that the canonical injection & (X, ju) -> ? c(X> ^) is con-
tinuous with respect to the seminorms on these two spaces; the same is truey compact neighborhood of